#ENOUGH: Plays to End Gun Violence calls on teens to confront gun violence by creating new works of theatre that will spark critical conversations and incite meaningful action in communities across the country. Our mission is to promote playwriting as a tool for self-expression and social change, harnessing this generation's spirit of activism and providing a platform for America's playwrights of tomorrow to discover and develop their voices today.
#ENOUGH IS ABOUT
#ENOUGH IS ABOUT
AND, ABOVE ALL, #ENOUGH IS ABOUT
Are you a non-profit? Do you accept DONATIONS?
#ENOUGH is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of #ENOUGH must be made payable to “Fractured Atlas” only and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law. The direct link to donations is https://fundraising.fracturedatlas.org/enough-plays-to-end-gun-violence/general_support.
How can I perform your plays at our school/theatre/etc.?
We're so glad you want to bring the #ENOUGH plays to your community!
Where can I purchase the #ENOUGH plays?
The anthology of the seven winning plays from 2020 is published through Playscripts and available for purchase here: https://www.playscripts.com/play/5115
Is #ENOUGH part of any gun violence prevention organization?
We are not. While we look forward to partnering with organizations seeking to end gun violence, #ENOUGH is an independent project.
What's your story? How did #ENOUGH come to be?
I was inspired. The purpose of #ENOUGH became clear: lend our stages to amplify this growing voice so that it continues to be heard.
I founded #ENOUGH on the belief that young people can become powerful activists through the art they create. This year's participants believe that as well. Just listen to Demian, a 12th grader from El Paso on why he submitted a play to #ENOUGH:
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MEET THE TEAM
Explore previous #ENOUGH winning plays and the teen playwrights who wrote them. Now available for licensing through Playscripts.
September 1 - November 1 2021
We're calling on writers in grades 6-12 to write short plays confronting the issue of gun violence.